A destructive spell of Fast Bowling by Lasith Malinga helped Sri Lanka thrash Scotland by 183 runs.
Suraj Randiv’s maiden 5 wicket haul in ODI Cricket was not enough to prevent England winning the series 3-2
Scotland were then dismissed for their second lowest ODI total of 101, with Sri Lanka fast bowler Lasith Malinga taking five for 30 in an innings where Majid Haq top-scored with 34 and no other batsman made more than 17.
Sri Lanka won by 183 runs
Kumar Sangakkara’s lone hand was not enough to prevent England from giving Sri Lanka an embarrassing 10 wicket loss
An attacking Century by Dinesh Chandimal assured a comfortable win for Sri Lanka at Lords.
thrilling fightback from young all-rounders Angelo Mathews and Jeevan Mendis
England won by 16 runs
A superlative century by Mahela Jayawardena powered SL to 309 securing them a series leveling 69 run win
Lasith Malinga’s impressive bowling display was not complimented by the SL Batsmen as they were bowled out for 121
England responded to two successive defeats – and no little criticism – with a 10-wicket mauling of Sri Lanka at Trent Bridge to level the NatWest Series.
England won by 10 wickets (D/L method)
Sri Lanka captain Tillakaratne Dilshan believes a one-day series win against England is within his side’s grasp after a six-wicket victory at Lord’s put the tourists 2-1 up with two to play.
Dinesh Chandimal’s unbeaten 105 saw Sri Lanka to a six-wicket one-day international victory against England at Lord’s
Sri Lanka won by 6 wickets